Trinell E. Genga, M.S. PA-C

Title:
Adjunct Professor, Physician Assistant Studies

Education:
B.S. Speech & Hearing Sciences, University of Arizona, 1997
Physician Assistant Certificate, MCP Hahnemann University, 2000
M.S. Disaster Medicine and Management, Philadelphia University, 2009

Certification:
National Commission in the Certification of Physician Assistants

Experience:
Internal Medicine, Geriatrics, Orthopedics, Family Practice

Academic and Research Interests:
Migraines, Osteoporosis, Patient Education, Women's Health, Nursing Home Care, Diet/Nutrition, Disaster Planning

PA Program Courses Taught:

Clinical Medicine, Primary Care Selective

Biographical Summary:
Trinell Genga graduated from MCP Hahnemann's PA Program in 2000. She worked in Internal Medicine & Geriatrics for 9 years and taught full time at Philadelphia University for 5 of those years.  After working full-time in the PA Program, Trinell relocated to Central Pennsylvania and works on an adjunct basis in the Program while working full-time in a clinical setting.  She is currently working full time at an Orthopedic practice in Chambersburg, PA. She has also been a clinical preceptor for the PA Programs of PCOM, Drexel University and Lock Haven University over the years.

Contact Information:

gengat@philau.edu

215-951-2908